rechoose

rechoose

(riːˈtʃuːz)
vb (tr)
to choose (something or someone) again
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20) The strongest arguments in the end win out only in a kind of survival of the fittest where people are at maximum liberty to choose and rechoose the most rational or the most persuasive.
That would not be a waste of money, because that study could be referred to in the future for expansion of the service - but the MTA's directors still would not be bound to choose that option (and no court could direct them to), so they would most likely rechoose the busway option, if for no other reason than that it is already partially completed.
Rushkoff declares savvy cybernetic individuals are cyberia's inhabitants, "the cyberians, who are characterized primarily by faith in their ability to consciously rechoose their own reality--to design their experience of life.
Retailers choose and rechoose which clusters of household consumption outputs they wish to serve and thereby which assortments of complementary, substitutive and independent items they wish to stock[5].